If the employer has acted in bad faith, the employee may have his or her deadline to go to court reinstated. After all, the employee is an economically and legally weak party. The Supreme Court reached these conclusions in a dispute between a bank and a redundant employee. A former account manager went to court to challenge her dismissal. But the three instances refused to satisfy the claim because of the missed deadline for appealing to the court. They did not take into account that the claimant had a valid reason for missing the deadline: she had not been informed of the bank's ongoing reorganisation.